FGBYO Members at Beatles Vs. Stones

FGBYO Strings Quartet for Beatles Vs. Stones

FGBYO members Andrew Wang, Darrin Nixon, Bethany Williams, and Hannah Guillory will be playing with nationally famous cover bands Abbey Road and Jumping Jack Flash at the "Beatles Vs. Stones - A Musical Shootout." They will be playing on the classic hits Eleanor RigbyYesterdayA Day in the LifeHello GoodbyeHey JudeAs Tears Go By, and Ruby Tuesday.

The concert will be August 3 at 7:30 PM in the Civic Center's Rosa Hart Theatre. Tickets can be purchased here

 

 

Fall Semester Registration

Registration for the FGBYO's fall semester will be held September 7 at 4 PM in the lobby of the Shearman Fine Arts Center (facing Bulber Auditorium). Classes will begin September 12.
Registration forms, as well as audition requirements for those hoping to advance, can be found here.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact us at fgbulberyouthorchestra@gmail.com

Student Achievements

Andrew Wang (Violin, Advanced) earned first-place honors in the Louisiana Music Teachers Association piano rally with an outstanding score of over 98. He was further recognized for this achievement by being invited to participate in a recital hosted by the Lake Charles Piano Teachers Association.

Private Lessons

This semester, the FGBYO is offering the option of private lessons for our strings students. If your students are looking for further instruction outside of the orchestral classrooms, please visit the orchestra office or email us at FGBulberYouthOrchestra@gmail.com.

Mission Statement

When music and the human spirit connect, the lives of all people are enriched. The Dr. Francis G. Bulber Youth Orchestra was founded in August of 1994. The mission is to teach music and its role in human history by means of applied music in an orchestral environment. Youth Orchestra members develop thinking skills that promote analysis, synthesis, and integration. Listening skills, leadership abilities, and success-oriented performance opportunities result in self-discipline, motivation, and the growth of a musically literate population.